Looking at life through the lens

On the Staten Island Ferry

It was a beautiful – unusually warm – October day in New York City, and the Staten Island Ferry is the city’s best bargain … free!

The Sen. John J. Marchi

Aperture: f/9
Focal length:  175 mm
ISO: 800
Shutter: 1/1600 sec
Camera; Nikon D3100
©2011, Mark L. Fendrick

 

Our Flag

Aperture: f/11
Focal length:  180 mm
ISO: 800
Shutter: 1/800 sec
Camera; Nikon D3100
©2011, Mark L. Fendrick

 

Schooner at the Statue

Aperture: f/13
Focal length:  200 mm
ISO: 800
Shutter: 1/1600 sec
Camera; Nikon D3100
©2011, Mark L. Fendrick

 

Liberty Island

Aperture: f/16
Focal length:  200 mm
ISO: 800
Shutter: 1/640 sec
Camera; Nikon D3100
©2011, Mark L. Fendrick

 

Liberty Enlightening the World

Aperture: f/16
Focal length:  200 mm
ISO: 800
Shutter: 1/640 sec
Camera; Nikon D3100
©2011, Mark L. Fendrick

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Comments on: "On the Staten Island Ferry" (3)

  1. […] back and forth to see what kind of shots I could get. (You can see some more of the shots on my photo blog. Feel free to comment if you visit.) Before the ferry pulled out of its slip on Staten Island, I […]

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  2. W.O.W!!
    Love the schooner photo.
    The ferry is FREE?? Are you sure? 😉

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    • Yes, The Staten Island Ferry used to have a charge, but then many years ago they dropped it – except for cars. After 9/11 cars were no longer allowed on the ferry so no there is no charge at all. Anyone can ride for free!

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